I’ve created a new board game, called Drink! It’s a game about drinking, where you move a figure around a board and take a drink whenever you land on a yellow D square. When everyone makes it to the end, they all drink even more. It’s a fun game where everyone wins, because everyone gets to Drink! until they burst.
I conceived, developed and produced Drink! all while drunk. I woke up upside down in the park, with the game board on my laptop and a vague recollection of creating it while dressed only in orange flip flops and my grandfather’s old fedora. I no longer had the flip flops when I woke up.
In keeping with the spirit of booze induced creativity, the rules of Drink! are flexible. You start out with a board and a single die, plus whatever you want to use for pieces. Each person tosses the die and moves that amount, drinking when they land on a D. The rest is up to you. After a few drinks, you might want to add a rule that everyone has to shave part of their body before each move, or that you should smash your heads into the wall after every game. Or you could just decide to get drunk and use the board as a makeshift parachute.
Remember, Drink! is the game where drinking’s the game.*
*Note: Car is not a real person. Because of that, he can do things that would cause serious injury or police involvement to most other people. If you decide to actually use Car’s board game, there is no guarantee that it will work out in your favor.
I never got the idea of drinking games even when I had a drinking problem… no matter how it goes, you are either drinking faster or slower than you want to or should.
That’s why I gave Drink! the board game flexible rules. People can drink as much as they want. They can even use the board as a cape and do a magician’s act while having a few beers.
Okay, well that is just awesome… because really, life is sort of a drinking game.
Good move to add the cars-claimer there Car!…Where can I buy one?
All you have to do is print out the image or draw your own board. Drink! the board game works really well on the wall of your favorite bar. The bar’s owners might not agree, though.